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Queen Margrethe of Denmark Golden Poppies ~  Made by Griegst in 1976 of 21k gold with aquamarines, diamonds, moonstones, opals, and pearls The poppies are detachable and can be worn separately. Each flower has baroque pearls inside and 4 diamond-tipped stamens. The design is a very literal translation of a garden flower, including moonstones and aquamarines on the leaves to represent dewdrops and insects. Supposedly there are tiny lights, to illuminate the flowers.

Queen Margrethe of Denmark Golden Poppies ~ Made by Griegst in 1976 of 21k gold with aquamarines, diamonds, moonstones, opals, and pearls The poppies are detachable and can be worn separately. Each flower has baroque pearls inside and 4 diamond-tipped stamens. The design is a very literal translation of a garden flower, including moonstones and aquamarines on the leaves to represent dewdrops and insects. Supposedly there are tiny lights, to illuminate the flowers.

Emerald and Diamond parure belonging to the Danish Monarchy. It is housed in the royal treasury at Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen.

Emerald and Diamond parure belonging to the Danish Monarchy. It is housed in the royal treasury at Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen.

Pearl and Diamond Demi-Parure of the Danish Crown Jewels - 1869 wedding gift from the Khedive of Egypt to Princess Louise of Denmark

Pearl and Diamond Demi-Parure of the Danish Crown Jewels - 1869 wedding gift from the Khedive of Egypt to Princess Louise of Denmark

Princess Anne-Marie of Denmark later Queen of Greece

Princess Anne-Marie of Denmark later Queen of Greece

It uses 26 emeralds given to Queen Sophie Magdalene, by King Christian VI 1723, and 41 emeralds belonging to Princess Charlotte of Denmark.

It uses 26 emeralds given to Queen Sophie Magdalene, by King Christian VI 1723, and 41 emeralds belonging to Princess Charlotte of Denmark.

Queen Margrethe's Golden Poppies Tiara and Parure. The Queen commissioned it from Danish jewellery designer Arje Griegst in 1976. It is said to be suggested Queen Margrethe had a hand in designing it. The poppy flowers are made of 21 carat gold hammered to very thin plates. Drops of aquamarines, carved opal and moonstones can be found inside some of the flowers or the leaves. All poppies in the hairpiece are detachable. The hairpiece with a different necklace and earrings (right)

Queen Margrethe's Golden Poppies Tiara and Parure. The Queen commissioned it from Danish jewellery designer Arje Griegst in 1976. It is said to be suggested Queen Margrethe had a hand in designing it. The poppy flowers are made of 21 carat gold hammered to very thin plates. Drops of aquamarines, carved opal and moonstones can be found inside some of the flowers or the leaves. All poppies in the hairpiece are detachable. The hairpiece with a different necklace and earrings (right)

Aquamarine Tiara belonging to Queen Elizabeth II

Aquamarine

Aquamarine Tiara belonging to Queen Elizabeth II

Blog for curators and collectors of fine jewellery. Christie's and Sotheby's auctions of Masters like Cartier, Tiffany, Van Cleef etc..

Blog for curators and collectors of fine jewellery. Christie's and Sotheby's auctions of Masters like Cartier, Tiffany, Van Cleef etc..

18k Gold Pearl and 1/4ct TDW Diamond Portrait Estate Brooch (J-K, I1-I2) | Overstock.com Shopping - Top Rated Estate and Vintage Brooches & ...

Pre-owned 18k Gold Pearl and 1/4ct TDW Diamond Portrait Estate Brooch (J-K, I1-I2)

18k Gold Pearl and 1/4ct TDW Diamond Portrait Estate Brooch (J-K, I1-I2) | Overstock.com Shopping - Top Rated Estate and Vintage Brooches & ...

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